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School pupil asks Jeremy Corbyn why he wants to be PM

Jeremy Corbyn visited Fulbridge Academy in Peterborough on Thursday as the Labour leader began a day of campaigning across the Midlands. Shadow education secretary Angela Rayner has announced a multi-million-pound plan to “poverty proof” schools. Mr Corbyn took questions from schoolchildren and told one pupil that he wanted to be prime minister because he wanted to "change things in this country.".

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